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1 RFID – A National Opportunity Trinity College Dublin – June 2006 Dr.Joseph Dalton

2 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA2 Agenda 1. The Vision – Where We Are Going 2. Why We are Interested in RFID – The Opportunity 3. Why Now For Ireland? – The Perfect Storm 4. Some Examples 4.1 The Pharmaceutical Industry 4.2 The Healthcare Industry 5. Summary 6. Next Steps – Call for Input

3 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA3 1. The Vision Where we are going

4 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA4 RFID – An Example of Technology Evolution Toward an “Internet of Things” “I shall make electricity so cheap that only the rich can afford to burn candles” Thomas A. Edison Thomas A. Edison

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9 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA RFID tag 64K memory

10 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA10 Where We are Going Towards “The Internet of Things” A world of networked, interconnected devices, - “From tyres to toothbrushes” Moving from any time, any place for anyone extended to anything From physical to electronic back to physical Not all about Technology – Improved quality of life Tracking beef quality in Brazil and Namibia Nano-filters are ensuring safe water in Bangladesh Natural disaster monitoring/prevention in Philipines Nanotechnology sensor research into HIV/Aids diagnosis/treatment New Dimensions in healthcare – Ageing in place, disease management

11 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA11 2. Why Are We Interested in RFID? The Opportunity

12 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA12 The Evolution – The Opportunity 2025 RFID 2006 Sensor Nets Thing To Thing Bio Nano MEMS Smart Dust M2M Evolution Time Entry Point ! Rich Media $250Bln market

13 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA13 RFID is only one Technology ….But is well connected!

14 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA14 Just One Technology – But is Different! 2025 RFID 2006 Sensor Nets Thing To Thing Bio Nano MEMS Smart Dust M2M Evolution Time Entry Point ! Rich Media

15 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA15 RFID – A Catalyst Technology RFID will naturally bring with it…..  Mobility – Wireless, Communications, GPS etc  Software Development (SOAs etc)  Network Engineering and Security  EPCGlobal Network Build out  Supply Chain Modelling and B2B solutions  Mesh Sensor Networks and applications  Bio and Nanotech developments Key: RFID is an Entry Point to a Technology Cycle

16 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA16 RFID Will Change All These Areas Manufacturing – Process Automation –Manufacturing Assembly and inventory control –Supply chain anti-counterfeiting –Remote condition monitoring Supply Chain Stock and Item Location and Inventory –B2B Collaboration – CPFR –Stock Shrinkage reduction –Consumer Benefits Healthcare –Patient Safety improvements –Hospital Throughput Improvements and financial benefits Pharmaceutical –Anti-counterfeiting/ePedigree –Drugs recalls, safety, supply chain Track and trace of Food/Livestock Digital Home –Personal (home based) healthcare –Ageing in Place

17 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA17 3. Why Now For Ireland? The Perfect Storm

18 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA18 The Ireland Opportunity – The Perfect Storm Currently no Global Centre of excellence in this area Entry point now for at least 20 years of technology development Currently a “pilot here, a pilot there” piece meal. No joining of the dots. Anchor of Pharma, Medical, Mfg and Food/Livestock in Ireland Size of country is perfect for ‘National Pilots and Collaboration

19 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA19 The Ireland Opportunity – The Perfect Storm Contd Government Agencies (IDA/EI) very well aligned Academia getting very well aligned (SFI) Ireland reputation for Software and Tech development Many Tech start ups looking for Europe base General mood within MNCs to move up value chain Outreach into China big opportunity ($2Billion Market by 2010) Outreach to India big opportunity (pharma, s/w)

20 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA An Example of an Industry That Will benefit The Pharmaceutical Industry

21 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA21 The Drugs Counterfeiting Problem Counterfeit Drugs is $40Bn problem. 40% drugs fake. Greater than 60% Internet drugs estimated counterfeit. 100,000 deaths annually in China Problem is growing exponentially High Value drugs targeted – Chemo, Heart and Depression EU problem of borders, selling and reselling on Bedside Medication errors % mortality rate Threat of Bio-Terrorism is very real and frightening !

22 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA22 Pharmaceutical Counterfeiting A Global Problem on the Increase

23 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA Another Example of an Industry That Will benefit The Healthcare Sector

24 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA24 RFID And Life Sciences Market Correlation RFID Revenue = Readers, Tags and Software

25 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA25 St.Vincents Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama Business Problem Reduce Hospital Bottlenecks Increase patient throughput. Improve patient safety Improve financial performance. Technologies Display Technologies, dashboards RFID Location awareness systems Mobile – WiFi, PDA, tablet PCs

26 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA26 St.Vincents Hospital Birmingham, Alabama

27 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA27 Nurses Station

28 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA28 St.Vincents Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama Bed Controllers Station Executive Dashboard

29 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA29 St.Vincents – Business Value Results  Unit Throughput increased by 40%  ADT Time variance improved by 85%  Improved safety and patient/staff satisfaction

30 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA30 5. In Summary

31 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA31 The National Opportunity 2025 RFID 2006 Sensor Nets Thing To Thing Bio Nano MEMS Smart Dust M2M Evolution Time Entry Point ! Rich Media Ireland can lead the world here !

32 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA32 Vision Will Consist of Two Strands Translational Research Centre GTRI +partners Business, Social Legal, Markets, Standards etc Trinity +Partners Ireland Center of Excellence Technical Strand Business Strand

33 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA33 Final Thought ! “When it comes to the future, there are three kinds of people: those who let it happen, those who make it happen, and those who wonder what happened”… Oscar Wilde Lets Go For It !

34 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA34 6. Next Steps – Some Ideas

35 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA35 Next Steps – Some Ideas Form a national forum to define and oversee research in this area. Consists of academia, MNCs, SMEs, Govt etc Area of remit is Business Oriented i.e. trade, customs, legal, social, privacy etc Collaborate with GTRI and Research Centre in Athlone This group would be the central point of all major academic research and commercial output in this area and unify academic efforts as much as possible. Much work to be done on emerging markets and colloborations (China, India etc) Possible Mission Statement To establish Ireland as a world thought leader in global supply chain management through research, solutions development and innovative and early adoption of new business and technological opportunities.

36 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA36 Your Thoughts?

37 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA37 Thank You !!!! Dr.Joseph Dalton Intel Innovation Centre Ireland

38 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA38 Questions?

39 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA39 Backup

40 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA40 Business Problems Stock-outs (16%) Shrinkage Product expiration and recall Excess inventory Chargebacks Diversions/counterfeit Reconciliation of stock Who? Walmart DOD Metro, Tesco Etc etc Who's Currently Pushing RFID? Retail Supply Chain

41 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA41 MNCs Academia SMEs Solns Europe/ Asia USA Global COE SO DF I Building a National Network

42 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA42 Business Problem 1 in 16,000 blood transfusions are erroneously administered. Systems errors in Blood transfusions result in more fatalities than HIV/Aids transferences. Reduction of transfusion related illnesses and fatalities. Eliminate human/paper based processes Technologies RFID Blood tagging Mobile RFID Readers PDA and Tablet PCs Results Widespread acceptance Pilot is now production Blood Transfusion Verification Milan, Italy

43 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA43 Blood Transfusion Verification Classic Usage Model for RFID RFID can eliminate the Error Points ! + Bedside Sample taken Required Form Completed and labelled Error ! Labels Applied Error ! Cross Check Blood Grouping And Cross Matching Cross Check Blood & Forms Received Transfusion Administered Error ! Patient ID ABO type RH Type # units etc Blood Bank Error ! Bedside Check

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45 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA45 Neo-Natal Verification – Mother Baby Mix-ups

46 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA46 Neo-Natal Verification South Korea Business Problem Approximately 23,000 erroneous infant-mother transfers per year (US). 64 mother-baby mix-ups per day or 2.7 mix-ups per hour. Family-centred neonatal care is being demanded Neo-natal electronic health records need automation Technologies Passive 13.56MHz RFID tags. Intel XScale® PDAsIntel XScale® Intel® Centrino® Tablet PC plus WiFiIntel® Centrino® Pentium® 4 based server Results Now system of record Staff feedback very positive Intel, the Intel logo, Intel XScale®, Intel® Centrino® and Pentium® 4 are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or itsIntel XScale®Intel® Centrino® subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

47 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA47 Neo-Natal System Setup Paediatric Electronic Medical Record

48 © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved Intel Confidential - NDA48 Simple Verification Mother and baby match! Mother and baby do not match!


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